There are many lodgings to choose from for those who are hoping to book an affordable or upscale place to stay in or near Camp Springs. About 22 hotels and apartments are within a 0.1-mile radius from Camp Springs' downtown area.
You'll find Country Inn & Suites, Camp Springs away from the central area of Camp Springs and is an ideal choice for visitors looking to stretch their budget. Alternatively, look into the Super 8 Camp Springs/Andrews AFB DC Area.
The Four Seasons Hotel Washington D.C. can be found 10 miles from the main part of Camp Springs. Or, alternatively, the Rosewood Washington, D.C. is located 10 miles away. You could also choose to check out the rates and amenities at the The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, Washington, D.C. or the The Jefferson, Washington, DC.
After you have learned about Camp Springs, why don't you tour a bit further afield? The Central Maryland district has a number of attractions waiting to be explored. Investigate Central Maryland's street art. Lovers of nature should also make the time to enjoy its coastal plains. Fun-loving travelers may also try shore fishing in this part of United States of America.
National Harbor is 6 miles to the west of Camp Springs and is home to the Capital Wheel and The Awakening Sculpture. If you'd like to spend a night or two in National Harbor, check out the room rates at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center and Wyndham Vacation Resorts at National Harbor. 4 miles to the west of Camp Springs, you'll also find Oxon Hill, home to the Residence Inn National Harbor Washington, DC Area and The Westin Washington National Harbor. The Harmony Hall and Fort Foote Park are just a couple of the more popular sites to experience when visiting Oxon Hill.
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is a convenient airport for arriving in Camp Springs. It is 8 miles away. If you plan to stay nearby, try the Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C. or Residence Inn Washington, DC /Capitol.